It appears that a merger between FCA and Renault remains a possibility. Executives from the companies have been meeting to try to find grounds for an agreement, and according to an inside source, Nissan is interested in the idea, provided it obtains more independence within a new partnership.
Mercedes-Benz has given details regarding its new 2020 GLB SUV. The new model will fit in to the automaker’s lineup beneath the GLC, and it will include a three-row iteration despite its compact format.
The U.S. administration has rejected a request by General Motors to get an exemption from tariffs on the Buick Envision, exposing the China-built SUV to a 25% import tax.
BMW has revealed details for the M variant of its new 8 Series, and it’s clear it will require self-discipline to drive the 617-hp car without getting into trouble…
Late yesterday evening, Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles officially withdrew the merger offer it had made to the Renault Group. FCA pointed the finger at the position of the French government, but speculation is that Nissan’s refusal to guarantee it would maintain its alliance with Renault led to FCA pulling its offer off the table.
The Jaguar-Land Rover and BMW groups has announced a partnership for developing electric powertrain systems. The two companies want to benefit from economies of scale to produce the best possible technologies at the most affordable cost.
Flat tires, begone: GM and Michelin are teaming up to develop and test an airless wheel, with the goal of bringing it to market by 2024. Starting this year, GM is rolling out a fleet of Chevrolet Bolt models to test out the Uptis prototype wheel in Michigan.
Ian Callum, one of the most influential automotive designers in the business, is leaving Jaguar. In 20 years at the head of the firm’s design department, the man responsible for the F-Type and so many others has left his mark on the history of car design.
Kia has been teasing a new compact SUV it plans to unveil at the end of June. To boost interest even more, the automaker revealed its name yesterday. The Kia Seltos takes its moniker from Greek mythology.
General Motors appears to be putting serious thought to producing a true rival to the Jeep Wrangler. According to media outlet GM Authority, the company has gone to the trouble of acquiring two of the latest-generation Wranglers to learn as much as they can in preparation of a riposte.